Well, in case you haven't found any yet, we have a couple new ones to add to the mix today, and these are a little more on the hard boiled side.
Here at Jen's Book Thoughts I'll be reviewing Bryan Gruley's second Starvation Lake Mystery, THE HANGING TREE and then Bryan will join us for a guest post and a giveaway.
At Reactions to Reading, Bernadette is covering a sleuth I'm chomping at the bit to find out about, Liza Marklund's Annika Bengtzon.
Kathy will have her "Wondrous Words Wednesday" at Bermudaonion's Weblog which will feature photography words. Her sleuth will be introduced later this week, but her sleuth is a photographer!
Naomi spreads some light on the daunting job Alafair Tucker undertakes on The Drowning Machine today. And she adds a new question to the Warwick's gift card contest.
And while it's not part of Moonlighting for Murder, I just wanted to put in a little plug for SuziQOregon's "Wordless Wednesday" at Whimpulsive. Each Wednesday she posts a picture she took. It's a feature I look forward to every week on her blog, so you might want to stop over and see what beautiful shot she has up today.
That's it for today's posts. A little bit of a recap to make sure you know about everything going on right now. There's the "Positions Wanted" contest. Each blogger participating this week submitted a "positions wanted" ad for their character. So you figure out who belongs to each ad for a chance at a book prize pack.
The World's Favorite Amateur Sleuth tourney is still taking votes in its final round, which has been rather...interesting. That's all I'll say. If you haven't voted, be sure to do so. And pass the word to your mystery loving friends as well.
Have you taken a stab at Hank or Charlie from Hank Phillippi Ryan's guest post on Monday? There's a book up for grabs on that fun challenge as well.
And of course, each comment you're making at Moonlighting for Murder posts this week earns you an entry in the prize pack drawing.
I hope you're enjoying this week of amateur sleuths. Please be sure to thank the wonderful bloggers who contributed and made the theme week possible. Happy Reading!